Call us anytime to learn about our programs at 905-562-3819 or email us at ontariogreenca@gmail.com

Ontariogreen, in partnership with the Town of Lincoln, has initiated a community tree planting program that will plant about 150 native trees and shrubs in three Beamsville Parks. Volunteers are needed to help with these plantings. The first planting will take place Saturday, Apr. 29 from 10 a.m. to noon at Hilary Bald Park. The next two plantings will be on Saturday, Sept. 23 at Meadowwood Park and on Saturday, Oct. 07 at St. Vlodymyr Park. If you would like to help with the plantings, please contact Liz at 905-562-3819 or email her at ontaiogreenca@gmail.com. Funds for this initiative have been provided by a grant from TD Friends of the Environment.

Ontariogreen members have more than 10 years experience in organizing community tree plantings. Want to organize a tree planting in your community? We can help.

Students plant native trees, shrubs and wildflowers to create a naturalized space where future nature studies and art classes will take place.

Ontariogreen has helped several schools with schoolyard naturalization and outdoor classroom projects. Our educators can help you design a plan, draft a budget, select plants, give advice about organizing the planting day and may be able to help with the planting depending on where your school is located. We also have presentations for teachers about schoolyard greening and for students about the importance of these projects.

Lincoln Community Tree Planting Program

Native Tree and Shrub Presentation

Community Greening Projects

Schoolyard Naturalization Projects

As part of the Community Tree Planting Program fund by a grant from TD Friends of the Environment, Ontariogreen held a free public talk on gardening with native wildflowers, shrubs and trees in in Beamville in March 2017.  You can view the Native Tree and Shrub presentation, that provides suggestions, photos and useful information about choosing the right native tree or shrub for your landscaping needs, by clicking on the blue bars at right.

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Bree-Anne Wilson helps supervise a community tree planting.